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  • NetComm NB2 USB ADSL Modem YML706 Rev2 2 www.netcomm.com.au

    Contents

    Chapter 1: Introduction ........................................................................................................................................... 3 About ADSL ....................................................................................................................................... 3 Microfilters ......................................................................................................................................... 3 Features .............................................................................................................................................. 4 Package Contents ............................................................................................................................... 5 Using a Microfilter ............................................................................................................................. 6 Description of the front Panel LEDs .................................................................................................. 7 Description of the Rear Panel Connectors ......................................................................................... 7

    Chapter 2: USB ADSL Modem Installation ........................................................................................................... 8 Installing the Modem Driver .............................................................................................................. 8

    Chapter 3: Connecting to the Internet .................................................................................................................. 14

    Chapter 4: Changing Configuration Settings ....................................................................................................... 15 Accessing Communication Settings on Windows ............................................................................ 15

    Chapter 5: The DSL Modem Status ...................................................................................................................... 16 DSL Modem Status .......................................................................................................................... 16

    Chapter 6: Security ............................................................................................................................................... 17

    Chapter 7: Software Uninstall .............................................................................................................................. 18 Windows Uninstall ........................................................................................................................... 18

    Appendix A: Updating the USB ADSL Modem Software ................................................................................... 20 Windows Drivers Update ................................................................................................................. 20

    Appendix B: Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet ............................................................................................. 21 PPPoE for WAN Applications .......................................................................................................... 21 PPPoE for LAN Applications ........................................................................................................... 21 PPPoE for ATM Applications ........................................................................................................... 21

    Appendix C: Specifications ................................................................................................................................... 22 USB ADSL Modem Connector ........................................................................................................ 22 Data Transfer Rates .......................................................................................................................... 22

    ANSI T1.413 / ITU G.992.1 Data Rates ................................................................................... 22 ITU G.992.2 Data Rates ............................................................................................................ 22

    Power Requirements ........................................................................................................................ 23 System Requirements ....................................................................................................................... 23 Hardware Requirements ................................................................................................................... 23

    Appendix D: Cable Information ........................................................................................................................... 24 605 to RJ-11 adapter ........................................................................................................................ 24 USB cable ......................................................................................................................................... 24 RJ11 connector and cable ................................................................................................................. 24

    Appendix E: Registering your NetComm Product ............................................................................................... 25 Contact Information ......................................................................................................................... 25 Trade marks and Notices .................................................................................................................. 25 Legal & Regulatory Information Copyright Information ................................................................. 26 Customer Information ...................................................................................................................... 26 Warranty ........................................................................................................................................... 27

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    Chapter 1: Introduction

    Important: Please read the instructions and insert your Driver CD before connecting your NB2 USB ADSL Modem. Do not connect your Modem to your Computer until instructed to do so. You must install the Modem Software before connecting your modem.

    About ADSL

    Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL) technology provides high-speed data access across regular phone lines (copper wires) by making use of previously unused frequency bandwidth above the voice band. By placing the ADSL signal above the frequency of the voice signal, ADSL service is able to coexist on the same line with your telephone service. ADSL is asymmetric in the sense that it provides a higher data rate in the downstream (receive) direction than in the upstream (transmit) direction. Asymmetric operation is ideal for typical home and small office use where files and information are downloaded more frequently than uploaded.

    Microfilters

    If you wish to use standard phone devices on your phone line as well as an ADSL service, you should use microfilters on each device as specified on page 6.

  • NetComm NB2 USB ADSL Modem YML706 Rev2 4 www.netcomm.com.au

    Features

    The USB ADSL Modem provides the following features:

    ■ Compliant with Universal Serial Bus Specification Revision 1.1

    ■ USB bus-powered; an external power supply is not required

    ■ Supports DSL downstream data rates up to 8 Mbps (125 times faster than standard 56K modems)

    ■ Supports DSL upstream data rates up to 800 kbps

    ■ Support for PPP over Ethernet (PPPoE)

    ■ Software upgradeable

    ■ Includes a control panel monitoring program for configuring the adapter and checking the status of the connection on both Windows and Macintosh systems

    ■ ATM driver supports up to sixteen simultaneous ATM virtual connections

    ■ Supports three device drivers: Microsoft NDIS 4.0 WAN Miniport, NDIS 4.0 LAN Miniport or NDIS 5.0 ATM Miniport

    ■ Compatible with T1.413 i2, G.DMT, and G.lite compliant CO DSLAM equipment

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    Package Contents

    Please ensure that the following items are included in your package:

    ■ USB 2.0 cable

    ■ RJ11 cable

    ■ an ‘Old Style’ 605 to RJ11 Telephone Adaptor

    If any items are missing or damaged, please contact your dealer.

    ■ NetComm NB2 USB ADSL Modem

    ■ CD containing drivers and documentation

    ■ User Guide and Package Contents Note

  • NetComm NB2 USB ADSL Modem YML706 Rev2 6 www.netcomm.com.au

    Using a Microfilter

    If you have only one telephone line and you wish to use a telephone, answering machine and/or fax machine as well as have ADSL enabled on the same line, you will need either a Microfilter or a Splitter installed.

    ■ A microfilter is required for each phone device and is installed between the telephone wall socket and the actual device.

    ■ A Splitter must be professionally installed and allows multiple phone devices to use the same line as your ADSL line, without the need for additional wall sockets.

    If your telephone line is already split you will not need to use a Microfilter - check with your ADSL service provider if you are unsure.

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    Description of the front Panel LEDs

    LED LABEL Power (PW) LIN